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Kaizer Chiefs Confirm Latest Transfer Target, Join Race To Sign RED-HOT PSL Star?

Kaizer Chiefs, AmaZulu, and Stellenbosch FC are all vying for this RED-HOT PSL star's signing! Who is Amakhosi's most recent transfer target? You know he's a tremendous talent when Chiefs, Usuthu, and Stellenbosch are all after him!

Amakhosi have added another name to their transfer target list.


According to KickOff, the Chiefs are interested in signing outstanding Baroka FC midfielder Nhlanhla Mgaga.

Stellies and AmaZulu are also vying for his signature, as all three PSL clubs bid for him. He has sparked a lot of attention and will most likely have to choose between multiple offers. As a result, his R4 MILLION price tag will rise as these three PSL teams compete for his services, ahead of the DStv Premiership in 2022/23.

Amakhosi have secured the services of Siyethemba Sithebe and Zitha Kwinika at the moment. Ashley Du Preez is supposedly joining Naturena this week, according to strong speculations.

This R4 MILLION Bafana Bafana player is also being pursued by the Chiefs.

Also Read: Kaizer Chiefs Chiefs R5 Million Stiff Battle For Star Defender.

They're even willing to offer a player in addition to their transaction price. Stellies may be promised the likes of Dumisani Zuma or Happy Mashiane in exchange for his services.

Mgaga would be a wonderful addition to the Chiefs' midfield, bringing much-needed fire and inventiveness.

Don't get me wrong: Amakhosi has some outstanding midfielders. However, a number of people are planning to depart.Lebogang Manyama and Kearyn Baccus are set to quit Naturena. Manyama has struggled to get consistent playing time, while Baccus' agent, Mike Makaab, has announced his departure from the club.

Amakhosi looks prepared to rebuild their roster, so expect exciting days ahead.

Do you want to see Lady Gaga perform at Naturena next season?


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